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Geography Feedback

  • Feedback on students’ work should include a wide range of written, verbal, self and peer feedback. Feedback should be personal to each student and allow them to effectively improve.
  • Students should become familiar with using feedback labels and sheets in geography. They should understand the ‘RAG marking’ colour coding system below to ensure that feedback is effective and leads to progression.
    • Green = Excellent pieces of work / strengths / student demonstrated key skills or content
    • Yellow = Areas of work where key skills or content can be improved to help the student progress.
    • Red = Poor work that shows little effort and doesn’t reflect ability.

      • Students should then be given appropriate time to effectively respond to feedback given. This may be homework or class time. Response to feedback requires careful thought and should be carefully considered to be effective.
      • Those struggling to respond to effectively respond to feedback independently should use study clubs for additional teacher support.
      • At KS3 students will have a summative assessment at the end of each topic. assessment which will be given summative feedback, including a raw mark, percentage and GCSE grade.
      • At KS4 students will have a summative assessment at the end of each topic. These will be interleaved with other topics. Summative feedback will be provided, including a raw mark, percentage and GCSE grade.

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